Dr. Ron Rosedale on Insulin Part 4

          Dr. Rosedale then describes a patient who came to him with severe osteoporosis of 3 standard deviations below the norm, which means that she would be in the bottom one tenth of one percent as far as the general population goes for this measure.  Dr. Rosedale improved this to one Read More …

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Dr. Ron Rosedale on Insulin Part 3

          In addition to the severe diabetic with end stage cardiovascular disease, Dr. Rosedale provides several other examples from his practice that he has successfully treated by reducing the patients’ insulin levels. Hyperlipidemia, high cholesterol and triglycerides, is a classic symptom of high insulin, and Dr. Rosedale mentions a patient who Read More …

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More Dr. Oz on Diabetes

      Earlier today I posted some comments from watching a video of Dr. Oz and Randy Jackson, and I showed it to my wife, and she said that must have been an old interview that she has never seen.  She said the one she saw was from a couple of days ago and Read More …

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Dr. Ron Rosedale on Insulin Part 2

        We’re looking at a lecture that Ron Rosedale, MD, gave back in 1999 about how excess insulin affects one’s health.  This is an outstanding lecture and was first published on the internet by Dr. Joe Mercola back in 2005, and Dr. Mercola himself is one of the internet’s biggest spokespeople on managing Read More …

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Dr. Oz and Randy Jackson Talk Diabetes

              I admit I’ve never watched an episode of Dr. Oz in my life, until today.  My wife watches it though, and she said to me that she saw an episode of him speaking with Randy Jackson about diabetes.  Even my wife, who only knows a little about diabetes, Read More …

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Dr. Ron Rosedale on Insulin Part 1

              Ron Rosedale, MD, has been preaching about the dangers of high insulin for so long on the internet that some even think he discovered this.  Dr. Rosedale is like the rest of us though, we just look at the science and let it speak to us. and the Read More …

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Ketogenic Diet and Thyroid Hormones

          I don’t really pay much attention to the ketogenic niche out there on the internet, or the low carb one for that matter.  Once in a while though someone gives me a link to an article preaching or defending this dietary practice, and some of them are quite amusing. Yesterday Read More …

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Dr. Ted Naiman and Low Carb

          I ran into this interview the other day with Dr. Ted Naiman, who is an MD from the Seattle area that promotes low carb as a way of treating diabetes.  Anytime an MD gets this it’s always a cause for celebration, and I don’t mind giving these people props when Read More …

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TZDs: A Fabulous Idea If You Are Confused

          Thiazolidinediones, mercifully abbreviated as TZDs, is a class of medication designed to increase insulin sensitivity in diabetic patients.  On the face, there is no medication that shows more promise in treating diabetes, provided that one is confused about what really goes wrong here. Isn’t diabetes a disease characterized by high Read More …

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Adiponectin, Insulin, Obesity, and Diabetes

              I’ve already written an article on adiponectin a while ago, called Adiponectin, Visceral Fat, and Lipolysis, but this is an extremely important hormone that a lot of people haven’t heard about and it merits further discussion.  In this article I want to approach this more from the perspective Read More …

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